Australian Wine Red & White Selection Gift Box & Wrapped
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Australian Wine Red & White Selection Gift Box & Wrapped
Australian Wine Red & White Selection Gift Box & Wrapped
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Australian Wine Red & White Selection Gift Box & Wrapped

Australian Wine Red & White Selection Gift Box & Wrapped

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This meticulously curated collection features a harmonious blend of premium red and white wines from renowned wine regions across the country. Flavors of Australian reds, with notes of dark berries, spices, and velvety tannins, alongside the crisp acidity and vibrant fruitiness of our signature white wines. Each bottle is carefully selected to showcase the richness and complexity of Australian winemaking. Presented in an elegant gift box and beautifully wrapped, this collection is perfect for any wine enthusiast or special occasion. Whether you're celebrating with loved ones or treating yourself to a taste of Australia's finest, our Red & White Selection Gift Box promises an unforgettable experience.

1 x Glenlofty GO Shiraz 2015 ~ Pyrenees Victoria Australia

91/100 The Wine Front 
91/100 CellarTracker
Bronze - Decanter World Wine Awards
Bronze - Huon Hooke
Bronze - Jeni Port (Halliday) (2017 Vintage)
Bronze - Aaron Brasher (2017 Vintage)

Silver - Melbourne International Wine Competition 2020 (2017 Vintage)
Gold - Melbourne International Wine Competition 2019 (2017 vintage)

Huon Hooke "Deep ruby colour without purple tints, but the wine is in OK condition, with some developed raspberry, chocolate nuances. There's a whiff of oak and a lot of developed characteristics. The palate is full-bodied and drying, showing development from age but not really complex."

Tastings.com " Black garnet color. Aromas and flavors of candied bacon, purple fruit, nutmeg, and black pepper with a slightly chewy, crisp, dry-yet-fruity medium-full body and a smooth, charming, medium-length finish with notes of plum pudding, grilled spice cake, and sage tea with well-integrated tannins and moderate oak flavor. A sturdy Shiraz for grilled meats."

Jeni Port (Halliday) "Upfront and sweet-fruited red that is ready to go right now. Ripe red berries, blue fruits and juniper spice drive the engine. Smooth and succulent on the palate. Meets the price point perfectly." (2017 Vintage)

Aaron Brasher "Ripe, dark cherry, spice and cool, minty aromatics. Flavours are driven by a crunchy, tangy, red cherry spiciness that is lively, fresh and bright. Quite a straightforward wine that needs a little time for the angles to soften" (2017 Vintage)

The Winemaker “Red and black fruits abound, supported by earthy and savoury characters as well as licorice and spice. Complex length of flavour.”

Winestate Magazine "Glenlofty’s vineyards have been carefully nurtured since 1995 in the cool-climate foothills of Victoria’s Pyrenees. Formerly blended into premium wines produced by Penfolds, Seppelts, Rosemount and Brown Bros, Glenlofty’s remarkable fruit has been bottled under its own Glenlofty Wines label only since 2013. Early industry applause has been rapid, as demonstrated by its awards."

The award winning Australian winery Glenlofty has vineyards located 340 metres above sea level in the heart of one of Australia's most famous cool climate wine growing regions, the Victorian Pyrenees. Here the climate, ancient granitic soil types and varying slopes mirror those of France’s northern Rhône region. Until 2010 Glenlofty sent their cool-climate premium fruit for blending into high-end wines under Seppelts and Penfolds labels. In 2010 the 140 ha vineyards were acquired by the pioneering Richmond-Smith family, well-known in Australian agriculture since 1839. The first wines released under the Glenlofty brand appeared in 2013, and were an immediate success, winning gold medals across the world.

Shiraz is the name given to the dark-skinned Syrah grape when grown in Australia and selected pockets of the New World. Though genetically identical, the stylistic differences between Shiraz and Syrah are usually pronounced.

Shiraz is so important to Australian viticulture that it is the most planted grape variety in the majority of Australian vineyards and has become virtually synonymous with the country's wine regions, and in particular the Barossa Valley.

1 x In Dreams Chardonnay 2021 ~ Yarra Valley, Australia

93/100 Campbell Mattinson
Bronze - Philip Rich (2020 vintage)
94/100 Jeni Port (2019 vintage)
94/100 The Wine Front (2017 vintage)
91/100 James Halliday (2017 vintage)
91/100 Toni Paterson (2017 vintage)
Bronze - Huon Hooke (2017 vintage)
93/100 Campbell Mattinson (2016 vintage)
91/100 The Wine Front (2016 vintage)

James Halliday Five Star Rating (2016 vintage)
Handcrafted, micro-winery (2016 vintage)

Campbell Mattinson "Yarra Valley Chablis, if you like. Or that kind of style, anyway. Sweet pear, juicy green and red apple, nectarine, an element of honeysuckle and a light clip of cedarwood. Textbook in its loveliness. There’s an aspect of tart acidity here but it works in context and anyways, in time, the wine as a whole will shine all the more ".

Philip Rich "A vibrant green gold. Nectarines and citrus aromas intermingled with some matchstick and almonds. A savoury wine with good freshness and crunch" (2020 vintage)

Jeni Port "Nice emotion. Introduction of dusty oak and lemon sherbet, green apple. On the leaner side of chardonnay with pronounced lemony acidity, taut and taste of cold steel. Concentrated and yet to do a full reveal." (2019 vintage)

James Halliday "A soften than usual framework for '17, white flesh stone fruit and melon combine with subtle oak, the acidity providing a path to follow in dreams." (2017 vintage)

Toni Paterson "A delicious wine with good balance and flavour. It has a core of composed grapefruit and fresh pear, plus refreshing integrated acidity. There is impressive detail in the form of oatmeal and clotted cream. I like the palate softness and overall roundness of the wine. Well-made, well-balanced and satisfying" (2017 vintage)

Huon Hooke "Light, bright yellow hue, with a fresh herb, lemon and citrus aroma, laced with subtle hints of oak, yeast lees and sulfides.The wine is fresh and light, but has good intensity and purity of fruit. Soft, svelte and sleek." (2017 vintage)

Campbell Mattinson "Lots going on and the volume to carry it. Wood smoke, preserved lemons, nougat, and roasted nuts, a gun smoke character too. Pears, tinned. Oatmeal. It's lively, expressive and textural, the finish satisfying. Nothing at all wimpy; it's a mouthful of flavour." (2016 vintage)

Swiss born head winemaker, Nina Stocker is the daughter of eminent wine scientist Dr John Stocker. Nina was born and raised in a small town on the border of the Alsace wine region in Switzerland and it was her family’s involvement in the local village vineyard which paved the way for her future career as a Winemaker.

Nina has worked vintages in McLaren Vale, Yarra Valley, Barolo (Italy), Rhone Valley (France), Alentejo (Portugal), and New Zealand.

In Dreams have won medals for both their Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. In Dreams source their Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from three low yielding, premium quality vineyards. The vineyards are predominantly from the upper Yarra Valley due to the cooler micro climate that helps them capture the elegance and finesse of this noble variety.

In Dreams are focused on allowing the vineyards to express themselves in the resulting wines using traditional winemaking techniques such as small batch fermentation, wild yeast and the delicate use of French oak.

This meticulously curated collection features a harmonious blend of premium red and white wines from renowned wine regions across the country. Flavors of Australian reds, with notes of dark berries, spices, and velvety tannins, alongside the crisp acidity and vibrant fruitiness of our signature white wines. Each bottle is carefully selected to showcase the richness and complexity of Australian winemaking. Presented in an elegant gift box and beautifully wrapped, this collection is perfect for any wine enthusiast or special occasion. Whether you're celebrating with loved ones or treating yourself to a taste of Australia's finest, our Red & White Selection Gift Box promises an unforgettable experience.

1 x Glenlofty GO Shiraz 2015 ~ Pyrenees Victoria Australia

91/100 The Wine Front 
91/100 CellarTracker
Bronze - Decanter World Wine Awards
Bronze - Huon Hooke
Bronze - Jeni Port (Halliday) (2017 Vintage)
Bronze - Aaron Brasher (2017 Vintage)

Silver - Melbourne International Wine Competition 2020 (2017 Vintage)
Gold - Melbourne International Wine Competition 2019 (2017 vintage)

Huon Hooke "Deep ruby colour without purple tints, but the wine is in OK condition, with some developed raspberry, chocolate nuances. There's a whiff of oak and a lot of developed characteristics. The palate is full-bodied and drying, showing development from age but not really complex."

Tastings.com " Black garnet color. Aromas and flavors of candied bacon, purple fruit, nutmeg, and black pepper with a slightly chewy, crisp, dry-yet-fruity medium-full body and a smooth, charming, medium-length finish with notes of plum pudding, grilled spice cake, and sage tea with well-integrated tannins and moderate oak flavor. A sturdy Shiraz for grilled meats."

Jeni Port (Halliday) "Upfront and sweet-fruited red that is ready to go right now. Ripe red berries, blue fruits and juniper spice drive the engine. Smooth and succulent on the palate. Meets the price point perfectly." (2017 Vintage)

Aaron Brasher "Ripe, dark cherry, spice and cool, minty aromatics. Flavours are driven by a crunchy, tangy, red cherry spiciness that is lively, fresh and bright. Quite a straightforward wine that needs a little time for the angles to soften" (2017 Vintage)

The Winemaker “Red and black fruits abound, supported by earthy and savoury characters as well as licorice and spice. Complex length of flavour.”

Winestate Magazine "Glenlofty’s vineyards have been carefully nurtured since 1995 in the cool-climate foothills of Victoria’s Pyrenees. Formerly blended into premium wines produced by Penfolds, Seppelts, Rosemount and Brown Bros, Glenlofty’s remarkable fruit has been bottled under its own Glenlofty Wines label only since 2013. Early industry applause has been rapid, as demonstrated by its awards."

The award winning Australian winery Glenlofty has vineyards located 340 metres above sea level in the heart of one of Australia's most famous cool climate wine growing regions, the Victorian Pyrenees. Here the climate, ancient granitic soil types and varying slopes mirror those of France’s northern Rhône region. Until 2010 Glenlofty sent their cool-climate premium fruit for blending into high-end wines under Seppelts and Penfolds labels. In 2010 the 140 ha vineyards were acquired by the pioneering Richmond-Smith family, well-known in Australian agriculture since 1839. The first wines released under the Glenlofty brand appeared in 2013, and were an immediate success, winning gold medals across the world.

Shiraz is the name given to the dark-skinned Syrah grape when grown in Australia and selected pockets of the New World. Though genetically identical, the stylistic differences between Shiraz and Syrah are usually pronounced.

Shiraz is so important to Australian viticulture that it is the most planted grape variety in the majority of Australian vineyards and has become virtually synonymous with the country's wine regions, and in particular the Barossa Valley.

1 x In Dreams Chardonnay 2021 ~ Yarra Valley, Australia

93/100 Campbell Mattinson
Bronze - Philip Rich (2020 vintage)
94/100 Jeni Port (2019 vintage)
94/100 The Wine Front (2017 vintage)
91/100 James Halliday (2017 vintage)
91/100 Toni Paterson (2017 vintage)
Bronze - Huon Hooke (2017 vintage)
93/100 Campbell Mattinson (2016 vintage)
91/100 The Wine Front (2016 vintage)

James Halliday Five Star Rating (2016 vintage)
Handcrafted, micro-winery (2016 vintage)

Campbell Mattinson "Yarra Valley Chablis, if you like. Or that kind of style, anyway. Sweet pear, juicy green and red apple, nectarine, an element of honeysuckle and a light clip of cedarwood. Textbook in its loveliness. There’s an aspect of tart acidity here but it works in context and anyways, in time, the wine as a whole will shine all the more ".

Philip Rich "A vibrant green gold. Nectarines and citrus aromas intermingled with some matchstick and almonds. A savoury wine with good freshness and crunch" (2020 vintage)

Jeni Port "Nice emotion. Introduction of dusty oak and lemon sherbet, green apple. On the leaner side of chardonnay with pronounced lemony acidity, taut and taste of cold steel. Concentrated and yet to do a full reveal." (2019 vintage)

James Halliday "A soften than usual framework for '17, white flesh stone fruit and melon combine with subtle oak, the acidity providing a path to follow in dreams." (2017 vintage)

Toni Paterson "A delicious wine with good balance and flavour. It has a core of composed grapefruit and fresh pear, plus refreshing integrated acidity. There is impressive detail in the form of oatmeal and clotted cream. I like the palate softness and overall roundness of the wine. Well-made, well-balanced and satisfying" (2017 vintage)

Huon Hooke "Light, bright yellow hue, with a fresh herb, lemon and citrus aroma, laced with subtle hints of oak, yeast lees and sulfides.The wine is fresh and light, but has good intensity and purity of fruit. Soft, svelte and sleek." (2017 vintage)

Campbell Mattinson "Lots going on and the volume to carry it. Wood smoke, preserved lemons, nougat, and roasted nuts, a gun smoke character too. Pears, tinned. Oatmeal. It's lively, expressive and textural, the finish satisfying. Nothing at all wimpy; it's a mouthful of flavour." (2016 vintage)

Swiss born head winemaker, Nina Stocker is the daughter of eminent wine scientist Dr John Stocker. Nina was born and raised in a small town on the border of the Alsace wine region in Switzerland and it was her family’s involvement in the local village vineyard which paved the way for her future career as a Winemaker.

Nina has worked vintages in McLaren Vale, Yarra Valley, Barolo (Italy), Rhone Valley (France), Alentejo (Portugal), and New Zealand.

In Dreams have won medals for both their Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. In Dreams source their Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from three low yielding, premium quality vineyards. The vineyards are predominantly from the upper Yarra Valley due to the cooler micro climate that helps them capture the elegance and finesse of this noble variety.

In Dreams are focused on allowing the vineyards to express themselves in the resulting wines using traditional winemaking techniques such as small batch fermentation, wild yeast and the delicate use of French oak.